And here is something else for your Friday, an alternative to The Daily Mail and all it’s trivia, called The Philosophers’ Mail. It’s a new venture by Alain de Botton and the School of Life people, done with wit and empathy for our facile interests and good humour. Can’t say as I ever read The
I had the pleasure of chatting to the lovely Laurel Moffatt after this lecture by Stanley Hauerwas on How to Write a Theological Sentence the other evening. Her reflections are worth reading. (And she has also given me a gift, and a diagnosis, in the phrase l’esprit d’escalier. I loved this, from Wikipedia: “a sensitive
So it would seem I have a link from The Huffington Post, to my post of long ago on Unheimlichkeit. Strange things will happen. All credit for that one really goes to Tim Keller.
So, I did look for this previously, but I have today stumbled upon the chapter I quote below, Talking Rocks, from Notes from the Tilt-a-Whirl, on youtube, so here it is. 4 minutes. You can watch another chapter called Breathing Characters here. You can also view the special feature with ND Wilson of why he
I’ve been taking photos on my phone of magnolias again. I received the DVD of Notes from the Tilt-a-Whirl, by N.D. Wilson in the mail late last week, and I have watched it over and over this weekend. It has inspired me through the unfortunately boring end to a crochet project, of weaving in all the